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Mar 18, 2019
Could Saturn’s Moon Titan make a good home for the first human settlers in space?Titan is the only place besides Earth known to have liquids in the form of lakes and seas on its surface.
Jan 18, 2019
Saturn spent almost an entire existence solo, before getting its stunning ringsSaturn's primary rings appear to be just 10 million to 100 million years old, a new study has found.
Sep 26, 2018
NASA's Cassini discovers giant dust storms raging on Saturn's moon Titan's equatorThe pattern of dust storms along Titan's equator Cassini found resembles those seen on Earth & Mars.
Sep 07, 2018
NASA's Cassini finds six-sided vortex in atmosphere above Saturn's north poleThese first glimpses of a northern polar vortex in the atmosphere indicate it is growing.
Jul 24, 2018
Craters on Titan are prime locations to search for building blocks of life: StudyLarge craters on Titan, are the prime locations to search for the building blocks of life.
Jul 16, 2018
Emmy Awards 2018 nominations: NASA's Cassini footage gets nod for Outstanding Original Interactive ProgramAfter running out of fuel, Cassini began a whole new mission — its Grand Finale, where it journeyed into the unknown and ended with a plunge into Saturn
Jul 15, 2018
NASA's coverage of Cassini spacecraft's final moments earns Emmy nominationIn 2017, after nearly 20 years in space, NASA's Cassini orbiter went out of fuel.
Jul 12, 2018
NASA's Cassini captures eerie audio of interaction between Saturn and EnceladusThis recording was captured by the Radio Plasma Wave Science (RPWS) instrument on 2 September 2017
Jun 22, 2018
Indian scientists led by Abhijit Chakraborty discover a sub-Saturn sized planetThe discovery of the planet was made using an indigenously-designed spectrograph PRL in Ahmedabad.
Jan 08, 2018
Saturn's moon Titan sports geographical features similar to that of EarthIt revealed that Titan is a little bit flatter - more oblate - than was previously known, which suggests there is more variability in the thickness of Titan's crust than previously thought.